Preparing for a Strong Return to the Courts


As part of a united effort to “Grow the Game” in Canada, All Canadian Sports Management partnered with ACE Tennis, the Ontario Tennis Association and Greenwin Cares to provide online training to players, parents and coaches during Ontario’s government mandated lockdown.

Please find here the recording of our final session with Patricia Hy, athree-time Olympian, a high-performance coach, a parent-coach to her two children, and strong advocate for the development of mental strength.

Patricia shares tips and strategies to help you prepare your child for a strong return to tennis, just in time for outdoor season.

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